instructorship

[ in-struhk-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF instructorship
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INSTRUCTORSHIP

Ernest also took an instructorship, working toward his doctor's degree.

William had in '68 been appointed to an instructorship in Psychology at Harvard.

He therefore made up his mind to postpone the instructorship for a year and go abroad once more.

We had an instructorship at the University of California waiting for us, and teaching was to begin in January.

She became a German teacher and up to the outbreak of the War had an instructorship in a western state university.

Up to this time, to be sure, the economical college had offered him only an instructorship.

He decided to take an instructorship in the University and keep on with his experiments in solar engineering.

So the instructorship was transferred to a divinity student who was casually looking into science, and Algarcife was dismissed.

Even so is it with immediate research, in its relation to continuing military study, in the perfecting of instructorship.

WORD ORIGIN

mid-15c., from Old French instructeur and directly from Medieval Latin instructor "teacher" (in classical Latin, "preparer"), agent noun from instruere (see instruct).

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